On Mon, Mar 13, 2017 at 03:57:00PM -0800, Christopher Howard wrote:
> confusion and uncertainty.) The JavaScript is a special case because
> 90%+ of the people who will see/use the JavaScript will receive it from
> a Web server and, if they inspect the source of the JavaScript, will
> only see "Copyright so and so" and will have to assume that it is
> proprietary.

Especiall for the case of JavaScript I do not understand the argument.

The JavaScript code in PicoLisp is deeply interacting with the server's Lisp
code, and makes absolutely no sense to be used (or parts of it) is isolation.
Should we put a licence on every line?

♪♫ Alex
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